Why Our Church

Welcome to Christ Church

Welcome, in the name of Christ, to Christ Church Düsseldorf. The door is open for you here: wherever you come from, whatever language you speak, whether you have been a Christian all your life, or you are completely new to Christian faith. You are very welcome to worship and serve Christ with us, as part of a Christian family.

Financial Giving :  

Christ Church does not receive any funding from the Church of England, or from the German state; under God, we depend on the gifts of church members and friends. The chaplain’s stipend, and all our building, operating, maintenance and ministry costs are paid for from these gifts.

During the temporary suspension of Sunday services due to Covid-19 we were unable to take any weekly collections, and there are still restrictions on the number of people who can come to a worship service. This has led to a drop in our income.

If you are a member or a friend of Christ Church, we would like to invite you to support us financially by regular giving. Our preference is for a transfer through your bank via standing order / Dauerauftrag. Our bank details are:

Commerzbank Düsseldorf. IBAN: DE79 3008 0000 0303 1524 00. SWIFT-BIC: DRESDEFF300

Or give via Paypal here- https://christchurchanglican.de/giving/

“Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver”. 2 Corinthians 9:7

Safeguarding :  
Any concerns over safeguarding, please contact the safeguarding officer Katharina Escher

Email : safeguarding@christchurchanglican.com


Our Roots

William Thomas Mulvany was born 1806 in Ireland and died on 1885 in Germany.


Our Church

Our church is a Christian family, where we gather around Christ and grow more like him.

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